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IBM hiring Application Architects (J2EE/SOA) in Albany. NY  RSS feed

Marie Miller
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IBM Global Business Services
Help Make the World Work Smarter

The world is getting smarter, triggering unprecedented change. IBM's unparalleled ability to bring together deep business insight, advanced research, analytics, and technology enables IBM Global Business Services to help position its clients for the future. We leverage the proven roadmaps and frameworks that have been developed across 17 industries and the unique combination of skills and experiences of our teams in over 170 countries - unmatched capabilities. When you join IBM, you'll partner with our clients, and leverage these capabilities to deliver real business value.

As a member of the world's leading and largest consulting organization, you'll tap into resources that only a global leader like IBM can provide: access to a vast and diverse network of talented professionals; enjoy unparalleled career opportunities; be provided with ongoing training and education that you'll need to succeed; and work on some of the most interesting projects on the planet, helping everyone from organizations to local governments, work smarter.

IBM is looking for several candidates who have demonstrated strong proficiency as a J2EE Application Architect, including development knowledge and experience using SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) principles and related technologies. The ideal candidate should have experience in working with services to establish composite applications, and having experience using IBM Service Oriented Modeling and Architecture is a plus but not required.

This is a full-time long term supplemental opportunity located in Albany, New York where you can come join an innovative company and be a part of the award-winning IBM Business Global Services team!

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Visit ibm.com/start/consulting to learn more
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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